Vol. 69 Nbr. 3, June 2006
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- "Outsourcing authority?" Citation to foreign court precedent in domestic jurisprudence & refinement or reinvention: the state of reform in New York.
- Aristotle, Cicero and Cardozo: a perspective on external law.
- Four mistakes in the debate on "outsourcing authority".
- Citing foreign and international law to interpret the constitution: what's the point?
- Foreign law and opinion in state courts.
- To understand foreign court citation: dissecting originalism, dynamism, romanticism, and consequentialism.
- Briefly resuscitating the great writ: the International Court of Justice and the U.S. death penalty.
- The Supreme Court and international relations theory.
- Contemporary foreign and international law in constitutional construction.
- "A decent respect to the opinions of mankind": referring to foreign law to express American nationhood.
- Citation by U.S. courts to decisions of international tribunals in international trade cases.
- New York at a crossroads: sustaining a government reform agenda on the frontlines with executive, legislative and judicial reform initiatives.
- Albany Law Review symposium: refinement or reinvention, the state of reform in New York: the courts.
- Government reform from an executive perspective.
- Why should I have to tell them? The necessary role of the judiciary in achieving reform.
- The necessity for constitutional change.
- New York's immediate need for a psychotherapist-patient privilege encompassing psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.
- Unwise and unnecessary: statutory caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases and the appellate review alternative.